Your CISS profile is organized into seven Orientation Scales covering important areas of the world of work. Each Orientation is identified by an underlined capital letter.
Influencing — influencing others through leadership, politics, public speaking, sales, and marketing
Organizing — organizing the work of others, managing, and monitoring financial performance
Helping — helping others through teaching, healing, and counseling
Creating — creating artistic, literary, or musical productions and designing products or environments
aNalyzing — analyzing data, using mathematics, and carrying out scientific experiments
Producing — producing products, using hands-on skills in farming, construction, and mechanical crafts
Adventuring — adventuring, competing, and risk taking through athletic, police, and military activities
This profile shows your scores on each of these Orientations. For each of the Orientation Scales shown below, there are two graphical bars. The top blue bar represents your reported level of Interest. The bottom purple bar represents your reported skill level. To the right of the bars is your Interest/Skill Pattern (Pursue, Develop, Explore, or Avoid) for that scale.